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  1. I just bought one cuz I'm an audio snob. As you may recall the Enjoy the Ride pressing was 2 LP at 45rpm... but sourced from vanilla CD quality audio. In spite of their efforts it's not going to top having a better master source available. As you can see in the pic this is authorized by Sony Legacy and has a good possibility of better audio and master preparation (Sony Legacy releases have been top notch in the last few years, IMHO). http://fishmarket.reel-big-fish.com/product_p/mc007.htm
  2. JK, but don't you wish this was on LP? Never been pressed. How many people want this? Started this thread to quit threadjacking the Frogstomp thread. Wish Fulfilled: Local H will dig into their back catalog and release their breakthrough album As Good As Dead on 180 gram vinyl on April 15th via srcvinyl. This re-issue marks the first time that the album will ever be available in this format. The high-quality, double LP will have a premium gatefold jacket and insert. Additionally, the record will come with a digital download code that will allow access to bonus material from that era. As Good As Dead, Local H’s second full-length album, was produced by Steven Haigler (Quicksand, Pixies) and was originally released on April, 16, 1996 on Island Records on CD and cassette. The record was the band’s first foray into making a concept album and is centered around life in a dead-end, small town. The album spawned four modern rock radio hits including “Eddie Vedder,” “Fritz’s Corner,” “High-Fivin’ MF” and “that copacetic song” -- “Bound for the Floor,” a track that remains a staple on alternative radio station playlists around the the country two decades later. “The question I get asked the absolute most is when are we gonna put the older records out on vinyl?” says Scott Lucas. “Here's the answer -- in the best possible way. The package is looking pretty good and I'm ALMOST as excited as anybody to finally drop the needle on this album -- on double vinyl, at last. To Pre-Order As Good As Dead double vinyl Go HERE
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